Chinese players and Yonex

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  1. hieupt

    hieupt Regular Member

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    It seems likely some Chinese players no longer use the Yonex rackets (like BCL, ChenLong, XXF...) in ABC tournament, right? Can someone tell me what happened?
     
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    The sponsor of chinese team has been changed to Li Ning.
     
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    li ning makes rackets?
     
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    yonex racket no longer a good decent rackets. so, they changed.
    LN is better than YY. :D
    yes, LN makes/produces badminton rackets. good quality.
     
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    drifit, have you grabbed a li-ning racket before the price increases? :p
     
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    can you ask LN not to increase 1st. :eek:
    LN hasnt arrive Malaysia with full range :(
     
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    Yes. This is definitely good for all badminton players. Rackets doesn't have to be expensive to enjoy the game. This will surely provide more competition. No point paying a lots of unecessary money for the brands and also some crazy reviews. Just pick one and enjoy. Pick a few models which I am sure most will have. You can double check with the majority to see if it is true. ;) Different games or opponent need different rackets at times. Some just love to own something new. ;)
     
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    Hmmm - but what is the price range for the LN rackets?

    Anyone know a website ( preferably in english :D) that I can check out the LN range?
     
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    Li ning has take over Kason...
    ;)
     
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    here in KK, Sabah, Malaysia, hard to find Li Ning rackets, wonder where's the importer or local distributor here...
     
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    yep, in mas its quite hard to find li ning rackets.
    and i dunno actually li ning have their own rackets too:eek:
     
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    They have it,but what players used is still on trial,n not out yet in the market.I have to say,even if they're out,they won't be cheap,and they are for sure won't feel as good as yonex's racket.Both experience difference tells.
     

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